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About Sebi's Bistro
Sebi's Bistro is a new restaurant that has opened up in the Eastlake neighborhood. It has a very extensive menu from soups and salads to both hot and cold sandwiches and pizza. We also have a specialty menu influenced by Polish dishes.
Seattle, WA 98012
Eastern European, Pizzeria
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Tuesday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 4:00pm - 11:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Sebi's Bistro Ratings and Reviews
We go to Sebi's for the Polish menu. Dishes are traditional and authentic. We always feel like we are dining with a very welcoming Polish family who have invited us to enjoy their food cooked with love. Food is delicious and generous portions. I'm sure the German and other menu items are excellent, but every time we go to Sebi's my tastebuds long for their delicious homestyle Polish food.
Growing up on the East Coast in a predominantly Polish neighborhood, we had good polish food available sometimes from the ladies at the church. Homemade pierogis were my favorite. Sebby's was able to capture that authenticity and it brings back great memories. Wonderful comforting food.
We went to Sebi's Bistro for the Polish food, which is fantastic. They also have pizza, sandwiches and other types of food on their menu. Despite the fact that they were hosting a huge group gathering, service was friendly and efficient and the restaurant was not too noisy. Sebi's is a very hospitable place with great food. We plan to return there soon.
OK, it's true, I'm picky. Very picky. I'm also German, just to put "picky" in the proper perspective. And I love Sebi's. What this means to you is that if you are squeamish about savory flavors or prefer bliss-point fare (taste-tested mix of fat, starch and sugar) you may think twice about coming here. Or, on the other hand, if you're adventurous.....well, then you won't be looking for bland food anyways.
The Schnitzel, cooked by the chef-owner, is always very, very good. But sometimes it is divine, like last Monday. OMG. Heaven!
The crepe dessert, which is really a blintz, is a fluffy, not too sweet, cream cheese-filled delight, framed by patterns of chocolate sauce. The Redkraut (which they refer to as red cabbage since they are Polish, not German) is unbelievable savory and complex-tasting. Even better than my mom's. And so is the (surprisingly creamy) Sauerkraut which is served at room temperature. Both are a festival in your mouth.
Reserve a table by the fireplace if you're like me and like cozy (1 seats four, the other 6). Great atmosphere, everybody who works there is family, so the service is the opposite of impersonal-smile-for-good-tip. Real people, real food, great for large groups, too.
I could go on rhapsodizing, but won't to cut this short to give you more time to rush out and treat yourself to the delights of Sebi's.
PS: I was not paid to gush. Just happy I found Sebi's.
Mom knows how to cook Polish is really an understatement. I figure I could at least make good cabbage rolls. Mom has me beat. But thee to die for is her salads...Radish and Cucumber is great, the sauerkraut is out of this world. It's local to us, and it is going to be a frequent stop.
I have dined at Sebi's 3 times recently and each time I love it more. I always order the Polish fare. It is delicious and "just like grandma's." I have seen wonderful pizzas pass my table so will be trying that soon. Easy to enjoy conversation over my meal. The owners and waitstaff are the best. Family owned and operated. I feel very at home when I am at Sebi's.
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